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Arboretum Images 1
... seed tissue (endosperm) even tastes a little like the coconut. In fact, this palm was once placed in the same genus as the coconut palm (Cocos nucifera). It was named Cocos plumosa ... Steven Disparti. How Large Is Penny In Above Image Edible Fruits Of The Coconut Palm The Existence Of Coconut Pearls Jelly palm (Butia capitata), a South American monoecious palm native to Brazil. The ...
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Botanical Record-Breakers (Cont.)
... Coconut Pearls For Coconut Pearls Against Coconut Pearls 1. Coconut pearls are in collections at prestigious botanical gardens, such as Kew and Fairchild; therefore, they must be authentic. 1. The coconut "pearls ...
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Wayne P. Armstrong Bibliography
... DARWIN AND DRIFTSEEDS THE DRIFTING SEED 11 (3): 2-4 205 ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2005 COCONUT PEARLS: A REEVALUATION OF AUTHENTICITY ORNAMENT 28 (2): 46-49 206 ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2005 KUKUI ...
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Drift Seeds and Drift Fruits
... The Coconut Probably the best known of all plant drifters is the coconut (Cocos nucifera). In fact, it is hard to imagine a tropical beach without coconut palms. The origin of the coconut ... and Seed Leis: An Identification Guide. Mutual Publishing, Honolulu, Hawaii. Krikorian, A.D. 1982. "Coconut Stones or Pearls: Early Descriptions by Alzina, Kamel and Rumphius." Principes 26: 107-121. Yow, C. 1998 ...
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